I am not eating low carb but am wondering about this for when I have meals that are purely protein and fat (like this morning I had ham and eggs).
Yesterday I had another GREAT day - low of 3.8 (68) and high of 8.1 (145)! Today, not so much... I was stuck at 9-12 (160-230) for 8-10 hours now, even with increased ratios and a +30% temp basal and many, many corrections. I've finally broken the high but now am 5.9 with an arrow straight down, so I think I might end up low, we'll see.
I don't think it was the breakfast because I started climbing as soon as I woke up and I didn't eat breakfast until an hour later. But, I am interested in finding out how to stay between the lines as much as possible, and I've heard a lot of people talk about bolusing for protein, so I wonder how it's done (AND also a reliable source of finding protein - I looked up eggs on CalorieKing and got variations from 2g to 18g protein!).